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10.3: Print web pages to TextEdit
Authored by: seedy on Nov 20, '03 10:42:54AM

If you use Mozilla (and probably Thunderbird) you can also copy web pages and paste them into an email and the HTML formatting will follow. This is especially useful for sending someone a fragment of a webpage that includes a table, or for printing it.
Just swipe-select what you want in a Mozilla browser page, copy (Cmd-c), then paste (Cmd-v) into the body of an email. A caveat is that deleting an unwanted table is difficult, so choose precisely.
Since Mozilla's email client (and again, probably Thunderbird, haven't used it since 0.1) has many of the features available in Composer (web-page builder), you can also build a decent webpage in an email if you feel the need. One simple feature that I use frequently is Cmd-L, which brings up a dialogue for embedding a link, but there are many others, including rollovers and tables.

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